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|... discussed the possibility of a fifth pillar in Australia's retirement income system based on a suggestion from the World Bank in 2008. The review noted that currently Australia has three pillars: the Age Pension, compulsory superannuation and voluntary ...|
|... accommodative going forward. So much so, that the IMF forecasts global growth to rise from 2.9% in 2019 to 3.3% in 2020 and the World Bank projects growth of 2.5% in 2020 from 2.4%. What could be better for the Australian equity market? What's better ...|
|"...and I think to myself, what a wonderful world." -- Louis Armstrong It seems a long, long time ago but it's only been three whole trading days (June 11) since Wall Street suffered a big fall - the day US benchmark equity indices closed sharply ...|
|Wall Street is down! Repeat, Wall Street is down! At the close of last night's trading activity all US benchmark equity indices closed sharply lower: Dow (6.9%), S&P 500 (5. 9%), Nasdaq (5.3%), Russell 2000 (7.6%). Financial market wire and web ...|
|... doesn't mean that it'll be smooth sailing from here. In its June 2020 'Global Economic Prospects' report, the World Bank (WB) sees world GDP growth dropping from an estimated +2.4% in 2019 to -5.2% this year (a sharp 7.7 percentage point ...|
|... economy in the world ... is a big no no ... NO. More so if that country (China) buys 34.7% of your exports (based on World Bank figures) that roughly equates to what Australia sells to Japan (16.4%), South Korea (7.0%), India (4.9%), US (3.8%), and Singapore ...|
|... particularly concerned about low-income countries in debt distress-an issue on which we are working closely with the World Bank." Georgieva said the IMF is concentrating bilateral and multilateral surveillance on this crisis and policy actions to temper ...|
|... growth while maintaining the resilience of the financial system. "We welcome that the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and other international financial institutions stand ready to help member countries address the human tragedy and economic ...|
|... how much the virus will eat into global growth - the swine flu of 2009 was estimated to lop off 1.0% of global GDP. World Bank data shows global GDP grew by 4.4% between 2009 and 2010 (although this had been muddied by the substantial monetary and fiscal ...|
|A private debt manager with stellar past returns, is eyeing local superannuation funds as it starts to raise for a new fund. Victory Park Capital, headquartered in Chicago, is best known in the US for lending to financial services companies, focused ...|
The industry superannuation fund has completed its merger with WA Super initiated earlier this year and now has $135 billion in assets and one million members.
IOOF yesterday said it won't be pursuing an offer to buy its retail trustee Australian Executor Trustee business.
Despite the growing emphasis on sustainability and the mainstream nature of ESG considerations, investors are still struggling to find adequate data to inform their decisions.
The former head of advice for Shadforth has moved to Akambo Financial Group, a boutique dealer group with big growth plans.
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